Breaking News Iraqi PM welcomed to Saudi Arabia by Crown Prince

Iraqi PM welcomed to Saudi Arabia by Crown Prince

By Arab News ·

Update Norway shaken by attack that kills 2 during Pride festival

Norway shaken by attack that kills 2 during Pride festival

  • The 42-year-old Norwegian citizen originally from Iran was arrested after opening fire at three locations
  • The service’s acting chief, Roger Berg, called the attack an extremist terror act and said the suspect had a “long history of violence and threats,” as well as mental health issues
By AP ·

Tunisian interior ministry says there are threats to president’s life

Tunisian interior ministry says there are threats to president’s life

  • The ministry said both internal and external elements were involved in plans targeting the president
  • An attacker was arrested after injuring two police while targeting a security point outside a Tunis synagogue overnight
By Arab News ·

Saudi well-being practitioner and psychedelic integration specialist Haya Al-Hejailan. (Supplied)

Is there a future for psychedelic treatment in Saudi Arabia?

  • Haya Al-Hejailan wants to open a clinic and to see Saudi pioneer in psychedelic research
By Nada Alturki ·

Israeli security forces deploy as settlers try to take control of a water spring in the Palestinian village of Qaryut

Israel human rights group targets West Bank settlements expansion

  • The report indicated a 26 percent increase in planning housing units in settlements — 7,292 compared with an annual average of 5,784 housing units under the Netanyahu government
By Mohammed Najib ·

Special Bangladesh inaugurates $3.6 billion Padma Bridge

Bangladesh inaugurates $3.6 billion Padma Bridge

  • Government hopes the 6.15 km-long bridge will boost economy
  • Padma Bridge may increase GDP by more than one percent, economist says
By SHEHAB SUMON ·

Global supply chain impairs even as Saudi logistics industry shows signs of recovery

Global supply chain impairs even as Saudi logistics industry shows signs of recovery

  • China’s COVID-19 restrictions, surge in oil prices and demand shock have shaken global services
By Fahad Abuljadayel ·